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New To PC..... Thoughts?

#11Dieinafire1Posted 8/31/2014 6:56:53 PM
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming
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#12steviegfromnyc2(Topic Creator)Posted 8/31/2014 6:57:56 PM
Also I'm not looking to play Battlefield 4 in 4k resolution 60FPS obviously. I enjoy strategy games (civ) and mobas.
#13steviegfromnyc2(Topic Creator)Posted 8/31/2014 7:00:10 PM
Dieinafire1 posted...
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming


So could you possibly recommend a build thats under maybe $750. I understand that PC gaming is a play what you pay for market (more you spend higher the quality) although I am under the impression that I may not require that much.
#14ClouddxPosted 8/31/2014 7:01:08 PM
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Dieinafire1 posted...
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming


So could you possibly recommend a build thats under maybe $750. I understand that PC gaming is a play what you pay for market (more you spend higher the quality) although I am under the impression that I may not require that much.


I just recommended 2 builds, one that's $400 and one that $500.
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#15Quinn95Posted 8/31/2014 7:04:40 PM
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Dieinafire1 posted...
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming


So could you possibly recommend a build thats under maybe $750. I understand that PC gaming is a play what you pay for market (more you spend higher the quality) although I am under the impression that I may not require that much.


If you want real advice, read the resources on http://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc and then use pcpartpicker to chose parts and post it there.

Unless you want to spend a lot more for a lot less, you should build your own. It's really a lot easier than it sounds.
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#16steviegfromnyc2(Topic Creator)Posted 8/31/2014 7:04:40 PM
Clouddx posted...
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Dieinafire1 posted...
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming


So could you possibly recommend a build thats under maybe $750. I understand that PC gaming is a play what you pay for market (more you spend higher the quality) although I am under the impression that I may not require that much.


I just recommended 2 builds, one that's $400 and one that $500.


Do I have to build that myself? I honestly don't think that I'm skilled enough to do that at the moment. I'm afraid I'll mess up and have to start from square one.
#17steviegfromnyc2(Topic Creator)Posted 8/31/2014 7:05:46 PM
Quinn95 posted...
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Dieinafire1 posted...
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming


So could you possibly recommend a build thats under maybe $750. I understand that PC gaming is a play what you pay for market (more you spend higher the quality) although I am under the impression that I may not require that much.


If you want real advice, read the resources on http://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc and then use pcpartpicker to chose parts and post it there.

Unless you want to spend a lot more for a lot less, you should build your own. It's really a lot easier than it sounds.


I'll try it. Just so happens I have a reddit and use it actively. I'm just afraid I'll mess up with the building.
#18ClouddxPosted 8/31/2014 7:06:05 PM
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Clouddx posted...
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Dieinafire1 posted...
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming


So could you possibly recommend a build thats under maybe $750. I understand that PC gaming is a play what you pay for market (more you spend higher the quality) although I am under the impression that I may not require that much.


I just recommended 2 builds, one that's $400 and one that $500.


Do I have to build that myself? I honestly don't think that I'm skilled enough to do that at the moment. I'm afraid I'll mess up and have to start from square one.


ecollegepc.com, but if you're older than 12 and can follow the instructions on a box of legos you can build a PC yourself.
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#19Dieinafire1Posted 8/31/2014 7:07:04 PM
Take the 500 dollar Clouddx build and upgrade the cpu and gpu a tier. That should put you at 700 or so
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#20steviegfromnyc2(Topic Creator)Posted 8/31/2014 7:35:04 PM
Clouddx posted...
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Clouddx posted...
steviegfromnyc2 posted...
Dieinafire1 posted...
Gtx 750 ti videocard is entry level for gaming


So could you possibly recommend a build thats under maybe $750. I understand that PC gaming is a play what you pay for market (more you spend higher the quality) although I am under the impression that I may not require that much.


I just recommended 2 builds, one that's $400 and one that $500.


Do I have to build that myself? I honestly don't think that I'm skilled enough to do that at the moment. I'm afraid I'll mess up and have to start from square one.


ecollegepc.com, but if you're older than 12 and can follow the instructions on a box of legos you can build a PC yourself.


Lol sounds about right